Church Recorders (NADFAS)

Church Recorders are part of The National Association of Decorative & Fine Arts Societies (NADFAS)- a leading arts charity which opens up the world of the arts through a network of local Societies and national events.

Church Recorders are volunteers who record the contents of a church (inventory) and present an illustrated book detailing each item and its history. For more information, see the Church Recorders Website

Below is a list of churches in our Diocese that have been recorded, arranged in alphabetical order by location. If you are on the list, this research may help write or redraft your Statement of Significance, be inspiration for a community heritage project or develop a new creative approach to worship inspired by features in your church building:

  • Alderley, St Mary
  • Astbury, St Mary
  • Backford, St Oswald
  • Barnston, Christ Church
  • Bebington, St Andrew
  • Bickerton, Holy Trinity
  • Birtles, St Catherine
  • Bowdon, St Mary the Virgin
  • Bramhall, St Michael and All Angels
  • Bromborough, St Barnabus
  • Caldy, Church of the Resurrection and All Saints
  • Eastham, St Mary
  • Frankby, St John the Divine
  • Great Barrow, St Bartholomew
  • Heswall, St Peter
  • Hooton, St Paul
  • Kelsall, St Philip
  • Little Budworth, St Peter
  • Macclesfield Capesthorne Hall, Holy Trinity Chapel
  • Marton, St James and St Paul
  • Mobberley, St Wilfrid
  • Prestbury, St Peter (and Norman chapel)
  • Siddington, All Saints
  • Sutton, St James
  • Tabley, St Peter’s Chapel
  • Tarvin, St Andrew
  • Wilmslow, St Bartholomew
  • Woodford, Christ Church

Children’s trails designed by NADFAS
• Bramhall, St Michael & All Angels
• Prestbury, St Peter

Use NADFAS Church Recorders
If you are interested in inviting enthusiastic, disciplined and committed volunteers to make a detailed inventory of your church, you can get in touch with them via details on their website.

Page last updated: 10th Mar 2017 3:55 PM